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" ... skeleton' leaf. As they grow older, however, they devour all portions of the leaf, and often eat also the petioles and tender stems. Opportunity has not been given to determine the exact length of the larval life of this insect, but judging from observations... "
Annual Report - Page 269
by Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1892
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

Commissioner of Agriculture - 1885
...for fresh food, their webs are extended, until finally the entire plant is covered. The young larvae devour only the surface and substance of the leaf...determine the exact length of the larval life of this insect, but judging from observations made, this cannot greatly exceed a week. Parties living in the...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1885
...extended, until finally the entire plant is covered. The young larvae devour only the surface and enbstance of the leaf on the side where they are, leaving the...determine the exact length of the larval life of this insect, but judging from observations made, this cannot greatly exceed a week. Parties living in the...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

Washintong Government Printing Office - 1885
...for fresh food, their webs are extended, until finally the entire plant is covered. The young larva} devour only the surface and substance of the leaf...they devour all portions of the leaf, and often eat alsŤ the petioles and tender stems. Opportunity has not been given to determine the exact length of...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 33

United States. Congress. House - 1885
...for fresh food, their webs are extended, until finally the entire plant is covered. The young lame devour only the surface and substance of the leaf on the. side where they are, leaving the veins and tbe opposite epidermis untouched, producing a ' skeleton ' leaf. As they grow older, however, they...
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Annual Report

Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1891
...for fresh food their webs are extended until finally the entire plant is covered. The young larvae devour only the surface and substance of the leaf...determine the exact length of the larval life of this insect, but, j udging from observations made, this cannot greatly exceed a week. Parties living in...
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Sugar: A New and Profitable Industry in the United States for Capital ...

Herbert Myrick - 1897 - 160 pages
...beet and transforms to the chrysalis stage, in which it remains from one to two weeks. The young worms devour only the surface and substance of the leaf on the side where they are, leaving the veins and opposite epidermis untouched, producing a skeleton leaf. Where the tops are not intended to be fed...
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Annual Report, Volume 5, Part 1891

University of Nebraska (Lincoln campus). Agricultural Experiment Station - 1891
...for fresh food their webs are extended until finally the entire plant is covered. The young larvae devour only the surface and substance of the leaf...the side where they are, leaving the veins and the oppositeepidermis untouched, producing a "skeleton" leaf. As they grow older, however, they devour...
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